As Bill O’Reilly dedicates his air time on FOX News to the “War on Christmas”, the question one may ask is, ‘what do non-Christians do on Christmas?’ While O’Reilly and other conservative media gurus are complaining about whether or not it is alright for a sales person at the stores to wish the customers “Merry Christmas”, some Americans might feel left out at this time of the year. The Jews have Hanukkah and the African-Americans have Kwanza. The Muslims, however, do not have any holiday at this time of the year. The last time the Muslims celebrated their religious holiday, Eid ul Fitr, around the same time as Christmas and Hanukka was on December 28, 2000. But as the Islamic calendar is based on the lunar phases, it will be many years from now when Eid ul Fitr will fall during the Christmas holiday.